CAIMS*SCMAI E-News Volume 06 Number 4
August 25, 2006

Editor: Rod Edwards (edwards@math.uvic.ca)



Society News:

1. CAIMS 2007 - Invitation

2. CAIMS 2007 - Call for minisymposium proposals

3. CAIMS 2007 - Call for contributed papers and posters

4. ICIAM 2011 - poster

5. Table of Contents of the latest CAMQ

Position Announcements:

** Links to these and other position announcements can be found at

6.** Memorial University - Tenure track UFA in Mathematics and Statistics


7. International MSc in Methods for Management of Complex Systems
(Pavia, Italy)

Conferences and Workshops:

* Links to the web pages for these and other conferences can be found
by clicking on "Upcoming Meetings and Workshops" at the CAIMS*SCMAI home
page: www.caims.ca.

8. 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM
2007) (Zurich, Switzerland)

9. SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures (Seattle, USA)

10. ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC'07) - Special Track on Geometric
Computing and Reasoning (Seoul, Korea)

11. Bioinformatics Research and Development (BIRD'07) (Berlin, Germany)

12. Mathematics, Technology and Education (MTE2006) (Ibaraki, Japan)

13. International Symposium on Combinatorics, Algorithms, Probabilistic and
Experimental Methodologies (ESCAPE 2007) (Hangzhou, China)

14. SIAM International Conference on Data Mining (SDM'07) (Minneapolis, USA)

15. SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS07) (Snowbird,

16. 5th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security
(ACNS'07) (Zhuhai, China)

17. 3rd Shanghai International Symposium on Nonlinear Sciences and
Applications (NSA'07) (Shanghai, China)

18. CAIMS*SCMAI E-News Information



From: "Dr. Peter Lancaster" <lancaste@ucalgary.ca>
Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 13:50:36 -0600 (MDT)


Registration is now available for the 2007 Annual Meeting of CAIMS (the
Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society). Participants will be
able to enjoy a rich and varied program of industrial and applied mathematics
in the magnificent surroundings of Banff, Alberta. Each of eight topics will
be developed and explored by a plenary speaker, and also in a minisymposium.
There are also opportunities for additional minisymposia, contributed papers,
and poster sessions.

The meeting will be held at the famous Banff Centre and accomodations can be
found at the Centre or elsewhere in Banff. The scientific program will extend
from Monday morning, May 21st, to Thursday mid-day, May 24th.

For further details see: http://www.math.ualberta.ca/ami/caims2007.html



From: Bill Langford <wlangfor@uoguelph.ca>
Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 08:43:24 -0400


The CAIMS 2007 Annual Meeting in Banff will feature an opportunity for members
to contribute Minisymposia. These SIAM-style Minisymposia will consist of four
30-minute talks on a common theme of current research interest (or eight
30-minute related talks, if justified.)

In this way, you can bring together 4 strong researchers in your choice of
field, to communicate new work, possibly to collaborate, and certainly to
partake of all that CAIMS Banff has to offer. Unfortunately, CAIMS can not
provide funding for accepted Minisymposia, except of course for providing the
meeting rooms and paying all the conference overhead costs. Full details for
organizing a CAIMS Minisymposia can be found at:


Note that Minisymposium Proposals must be sent to Peter Lancaster
<lancaste@ucalgary.ca> by 31 October 2006.



From: Bill Langford <wlangfor@uoguelph.ca>
Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 09:01:37 -0400


Contributed Papers in any area of applied and industrial mathematics are
invited for presentation at the CAIMS 2007 Annual Meeting in Banff.
Similarly, Posters by researchers or students are invited for the Poster
Session in Banff. There will be a prize for best graduate student poster.
The title and a brief abstract of your Contributed Paper or Poster should be
sent to Peter Lancaster by email at <lancaste@ucalgary.ca>, by the deadline of
March 1, 2007.



From: Ken Jackson <krj@cs.toronto.edu>
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2006 19:37:47 -0400 (EDT)

Ken Jackson has provided a flyer for ICIAM 2011 in Vancouver. A pdf file is
attached to this email message. Please post it!



From: "Dr. Michael Y. Li" <mli@math.ualberta.ca>
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 17:32:01 -0600

Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly (CAMQ)
Volume 13, Spring 2005, Number 1


1. Oscillation of Second Order Delay Dynamic Equations.
By R. P. Agarwal, M. Bohner and S. H. Saker

2. Analysis of Bulk Queue with Repair of Service Station and Setup Time.
By R. Arumuganathan and T. Judeth Malliga

3. Probability Integrals of the Multivariate t Distribution
By Saralees Nadarajah and Samuel Kotz

4. The General Phase Plane Solution of the 2d Homogeneous System with Equal
Malthusian Terms: The Quadratic Case
By G. R. Nicklason

Notes from CAMQ:

Full texts of CAMQ articles listed in this email can be downloaded free, for
a limited time, at the CAMQ website:


A special $40 CAMQ annual subscription for CAIMS members includes online
access to fulltexts of all CAMQ articles. Start your subscription of Volume 13
at http://www.math.ualberta.ca/ami/CAMQ/subscription.htm



From: "Wall, Mary" <maryw@mun.ca>
Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 15:15:48 -0230

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Memorial University of
Newfoundland invites applications for an NSERC University Faculty Award (UFA)
directed at increasing the representation of Women and Aboriginal Peoples in
Science and Engineering. A successful candidate will be appointed as a regular
tenure-track faculty member at the Assistant Professor level in the Department
of Mathematics and Statistics, starting September 1, 2007. A PhD in
Mathematics or Statistics with evidence of outstanding research and excellent
teaching is required. All areas of Mathematics and Statistics will be
considered although preference may be given to a person in an area matching
one of the department's area of research strength. Duties will include
teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Review of applications will begin September 1, 2006, and continue until a
candidate is identified. The NSERC UFA deadline is November 1, 2006, with an
internal university deadline of October 15, 2006. Candidates should submit a
Curriculum Vitae, and a description of research interests. They should also
arrange for the names and addresses of three referees be sent to:

Head of Department
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL A1C 5S7 Canada

Email: mathstat@math.mun.ca
Internet: www.math.mun.ca

You MUST use the code VPA-MAST-2004-002 on all correspondence
You MUST also indicate the appropriate discipline; Applied Mathematics, Pure
Mathematics, or Statistics

Memorial University is the largest university in Atlantic Canada. As the
province's only university, Memorial plays an integral role in the educational
and cultural life of Newfoundland and Labrador. Offering diverse undergraduate
and graduate programs to almost 18,000 students, Memorial provides a
distinctive and stimulating environment for learning in St. John's, a very
safe, friendly city with great historic charm, a vibrant cultural life, and
easy access to a wide range of outdoor activities.

In accordance with NSERC UFA eligibility requirements only Canadian citizens
and permanent residents of Canada should apply. Partners of candidates for
positions are invited to include their resume for possible matching with other
job opportunities.



From: "Societa' Italiana Caos e Complessita'" <info@sicc-it.org>
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2006 20:55:05 -0600

International Master of Science in

Academic Year 2006-2007

The School aims to produce graduate students with outstanding scientific and
professional abilities, trained in the cultural, technical and managerial
aspects of complex systems science and its diverse applications. Students are
trained in basic and applied fields of modelling, simulation and the control
of complex entities and organizations. Also, they will be directly involved
in applied and extra-curricular activities through lecturers from, and
internships in, high-ranking companies and corporations. The areas of
specialization will include:

Economics and Finance
Data Analysis and Statistical Modelling
Nano-technologies and Nano-devices
Information and Communication Technology

The School's basic philosophy is to combine interdisciplinary methods with
practical specializations in specific fields. One of the School's primary
objectives is to launch its students into the professional world. Placement
of previous editions is 85% at 3 months from Diploma.

The School is supported by major industrial and financial partners of national
and international level.

A considerable number of scholarships will be offered to deserving students.
All lectures will be held in English.

Deadline for applications: October 15, 2006.

Details are available on the University of Pavia web page:

or via the e-mail address:



From: "Prof. Martin H. Gutknecht" <mhg@math.ethz.ch>
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2006 10:56:41 +0200 (CEST)

The Sixth International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics,
ICIAM 2007, will be held in Zurich, Switzerland from 16-20 July 2007.
It will take place at the two adjacent central campuses of ETH Zurich
and the University of Zurich. The old town is just a few minutes away.

Currently, minisymposia proposals are being solicited:

Deadline for proposals: 31 Aug 2006
Notification of acceptance: 30 Sep 2006

An ICIAM minisymposium proposal requires a title and a short abstract
or description (to be printed in the program) plus a short justification,
which includes a tentative list of speakers.

An ICIAM minisymposium consists of either one session (4 talks of 30 min)
or two such sessions.

A participant may organize several minisymposia, but should speak only in
one of them. He or she may also speak in other minisymposia that are
organized by other persons.

The proposal has to be submitted electronically via the conference
registration system, which is accessible from


ICIAM discourages minisymposia in which most of the speakers or all the
coauthors come from the same organization.

For additional rules and recommendations on ICIAM minisymposia see:


The Congress will feature
* 27 invited ICIAM speakers
* the AWM/EWM Olga-Taussky Todd Lecture
* the GAMM Prandtl Lecture
* the GAMM von Mises Lecture
* the SIAM von Neumann Lecture
* an Euler Lecture
* a Public Lecture
* hundreds of minisymposia
* contributed papers, poster sessions
* ceremonies for five ICIAM prizes and the ETH/SIAM Peter Henrici Prize,
the GAMM Richard von Mises Prize, and the SIAM James H. Wilkinson Prize
* five Industry Days
* exhibitions
* four Embedded Meetings:
- the Annual GAMM Meeting 2007 (with another set of invited speakers)
- a meeting of the African Mathematical Union
- a meeting of the China Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- a meeting of the Union Matematica de America Latina y el Caribe
- a meeting of the European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical

Preregistration, minisymposia proposal submission, and abstract submission
is now open under http://www.iciam07.ch/registration.

The most important deadline are:
* 31 Aug 2006 deadline for minisymposia proposals
* 12 Nov 2006 deadline for abstract submission
* 15 Jan 2007 deadline for early-bird registration
Other deadlines are summarized under http://www.iciam07.ch/deadlines.

For further information keep visiting http://www.iciam07.ch.

A list of satellite conferences (held shortly before or after ICIAM07)
is compiled under http://www.iciam07.ch/satellite-conferences.

ICIAM 2007 is being organized on behalf of the ICIAM organization
by a joint committee of ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich:

Rolf Jeltsch (Congress Director, ETH Zurich)
Walter Gander / Martin Gutknecht / Petros Koumoutsakos (ETH Zurich)
Erwin Bolthausen / Michel Chipot / Stefan Sauter (University Zurich)



From: "SIAM Mailer" <mailer@siam.org>
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 07:36:52 -0400

Registration and Program Now Available!

Conference Name: SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures

Location: University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Dates: September 9-12, 2006

Invited Plenary Speakers: Frederic Dias, ENS, France
Benjamin J. Eggleton, University of Sydney, Australia
Mariana Haragus, Universite de Franche-Comte, France
Lene Hau, Harvard University
Philip K. Maini, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
James McWilliams, University of California, Los Angeles
Bjorn Sandstede, University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Registration is Now Available!

Hotel Reservation Deadline: July 8, 2006
Pre-Registration Deadline: August 9, 2006

Registration and the preliminary program for this conference are available
at: http://www.siam.org/meetings/nw06/

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conference Department at



From: Schreck Pascal <schreck@dpt-info.u-strasbg.fr>
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 11:15:40 +0200

Geometric Computing and Reasoning

Special Track on Geometric Computing and Reasoning
March 11 - 15, 2007
Seoul, Korea

SAC'07 and GCR'07
GCR'07 is a track of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC2007)
and it follows the track GCR 2006 of SAC2006

For the past twenty years the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC)
has been a primary forum for applied computer scientists, computer
engineers and application developers to gather, interact, and present
their work. SAC is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on
Applied Computing (SIGAPP); its proceedings are published by ACM in both
printed form and CD-ROM; they are also available on the web through
ACM's Digital Library. More information about SIGAPP and past SACs can
be found at URL: http://www.acm.org/sigapp.

GCR07 is dedicated to the recent trends in the domain of geometric
constraint solving (GCS) and automated, or computer aided, deduction in
geometry (ADG). SAC 2007 is an opportunity to attend tracks related to
GCR about combinatorial optimization, constraint programming (non
geometrical constraints), graph algorithms, numerical methods or
interval analysis, etc.



* resolution of geometric constraints, with computer algebra, numerical
analysis, interval analysis, logical approaches (e.g. provers), or other
* proving geometric theorems with logical approaches, deductive
databases, Computer Algebra, etc
* decomposition of systems of geometric constraints,
* mixing geometric and non geometric constraints (combinatorial or
logical), white boxes, black boxes, geometric constraints and
constraints programming,
* detection of dependences between constraints, debugging geometric
* constrained curves, surfaces, blends,
* exotic (eg non cartesian) formulations of constraints,
* comparison of resolution methods or constraints formulations for the
same problems,
* mathematical background: combinatorial rigidity, graph theory, matroid
theory, computer algebra (polynomial systems, dimension of ideals),
* detailed applications, in Computer Graphics, CAD-CAM, robotics,
mechanism design, chemistry (eg molecule configurations),
photogrammetry, virtual reality;
* sensitivity to value parameters, and other robustness issues,
* choice of the "good" solution,
* dynamic geometry, pedagogical purposes, generating explanations,
examples, counter examples,
* computer-human interfaces for geometric constraints,
* geometric constraints and data exchange,
* topological constraints, eg optimal curves or surfaces with
prescribed, topology (homology, homotopy, isotopy),
* shape optimization,
* geometric constraints and geometric representations (boundary
representation, constructive solid geometry, features),
* integration of geometric solvers into modelers,
* solvers architecture,
* geometric solver industrial/market solutions
* geometric constraints and Human Computer interfaces
* constraints versus features
* constrained curves and surfaces
* shape optimization
* existing software for geometric constraints solvers
* capture and transfer of designer intents (assuming a designer intent
is a constraint)
* reverse engineering and capture of designer intents
* definition of new constraints (i.e.: topological constraints;
ergonomic constraints; aesthetic constraints; kinematic constraints;
constraints; assembly-disassembly constraints) and how to manage them
* parametric modeling versus variational modeling
* persistent naming problem and geometric modeling by constraints
* other topics related to Geometric Computing and Reasoning

* send original and unpublished works to chairmen of GCR:
- Xiao-Shan Gao: xgao@mmrc.iss.ac.cn
- Dominique Michelucci: Dominique.Michelucci@u-bourgogne.fr
- Pascal Schreck: schreck@dpt-info.u-strasbg.fr
or use the symposium paper management system for SAC 2007 (more
informations later on our site).

* deadline for submissions is: September 8, 2006. Author notification
is: October 16, 2006. Camera ready: October 30, 2006
* use format to be downloaded on SAC 2007 website

Important notes
Special Track on Geometric Computing and Reasoning
March 11 - 15, 2007
Seoul, Korea



From: "Prof.Roland Wagner" <rrwagner@faw.uni-linz.ac.at>
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2006 16:16:55 +0200

1st International Conference on Bioinformatics Research and Development
B I R D '07
http://www.birdconf.org* <http://www.birdconf.org/>
Berlin, Germany
March 12-14, 2007

Keynote Talk:
Josef Penninger, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA)

Scope of the conference:
The primary focus of BIRD '07 is to provide researchers and users in the
field of bioinformatics a forum in which to interact about new research
directions, developments, and software/web services.

It encompasses the methods of solving biological, medical, or chemical
problems by computer science, machine learning, or information
processing tools.

The conceptual level of the methods range from theoretical approaches
through the design of algorithms, models, and information processing
systems through to the development of software packages and web services.

The program committee seeks contributions, which topics include, but are
not limited to:

* Algebraic Biology
* Databases & Data Integration
* Drug Design
* Ontologies & Textmining
* Evolution and Phylogenetics
* Genomics
* Gene and Splice Site Recognition
* Machine Learning and Data Analysis
* Gene Expression/Regulation & Microarrays
* MicroRNA and RNAi
* Molecular Diagnostics and Treatment Support
* Molecular Dynamics
* Pathways, Networks, Systems Biology
* Phylogenetics & Molecular Evolution
* Protein & RNA Structure and Function
* Proteomics
* Sequence Analysis & Alignment
* SNPs and Haplotyping
* Systems Biology and Modelling

General Chair:
Roland Wagner, FAW, University of Linz, Austria

Program Chair:
Sepp Hochreiter, University of Linz, Austria

Paper Submission Details:
Authors are invited to submit original research contributions or
experience reports in English.
Paper registration and electronic submission will start in August 2006.

Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality,
significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.

Important Dates:

* Submission of Full Papers: September 8, 2006
* Noification of Acceptance: November 20, 2006
* Camera-ready Copies of papers: December 20, 2006

For further inquiries, please contact:
Prof. Dr. Sepp Hochreiter, Institute of Bioinformatics, University of
Linz, A-4040 Linz, Austria, or the BIRD Conference Organisation Office
(office@birdconf.org <mailto:office@birdconf.org>)

All accepted conference papers will be published in "Lecture Notes in
Bioinformatics" (LNBI) by Springer Verlag.



From: "MTE2006: T.Matsuhisa" <WorkshopMTE@aol.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2006 20:35:11 +0900

Deadline for extended abstract submission: September 31, 2006
KOSEN Workshop MTE2006, December 5-7, 2006
- First KOSEN Workshop "Mathematics, Technology and Education" -
Ibaraki National College of Technology, Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan

The first edition of IBARAKI KOSEN Workshop MTE 2006 will take place on
December 5-7, 2006 in Hitachinaka-shi, Ibaraki (Japan). The theme is
"Advancing Science and Society through Mathematical Reasoning", to mark
several decades of progress in mathematical science theory and practice,
leading to greatly improved applications science. This workshop will
be a unique event focusing on recent developments in mathematical
methods and modelling of complex systems for diverse areas of science,
scalable scientific algorithms, advanced software tools, advanced
numerical methods, and formal/novel application areas where the above
mathematical models, algorithms and tools can be efficiently applied
such as physical systems, computational and systems
biology, environmental systems, finance, and others. We look forward to
welcoming you to this exciting event!

The local organizer:
Prof. Takashi Matsuhisa
Ibaraki National College of Technology
Hitachinaka, Ibaraki 310-0033, Japan
E-mail: mte2006@ge.ibaraki-ct.ac.jp

Prestigious plenary speakers are invited to share their views on
important topics of current concern in the theme of this workshop.
In this meeting the plenary speakers are
Prof. Krzysztof Szajowski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Prof. Alexsander Vasin, Moscow State University, Russia (Tentative)
Prof. Masami Yasuda, Chiba University, Japan

All areas related to the workshop's theme "Advancing Science and
Society through Mathematical Reasoning", which include but are not
limited to:

* Theoretical Computer Science and Information
* Mathematical Logic and Formal Language
* Mathematical Foundation for Modelling in Sciences
* Mathematics in Economics and Social Science
* Combinatrics and Discrete Mathematics
* Industrial Mathematics
* Information and Networks
* Intelligent System and its Mathematical Foundation
* Computational and/or Theoretical Physics
* Computational and/or Theoretical Chemistry and Medicine
* Computational and/or Theoretical Biology
* Computational and/or Theoretical Engineering and Technology
* Computational and/or Theoretical Finance
* Education in Mathematical Sciences and Engineering

Industrial application works, position papers presenting novel ideas,
issues, challenges and directions and clear-cut expository overview
papers of the problem under discussion are all welcome.

Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished manuscripts to
the local organizer Takashi Matsuhisa <mte2006@ge.ibaraki.ct.ac.jp> by
e-mail. Full papers are preferable, but extended abstracts are
acceptable. The manuscripts should be written in A4 size papers in
English, and these are required to contain short abstracts. The
extended abstracts exceed 4 pages at least, but the full papers have
no page limits.

All submission papers will be rigorously peer reviewed and evaluated on
the basis of the quality of their contribution, originality, soundness,
and significance.

Industrial application works, position papers presenting novel ideas,
issues, challenges and directions and clear-cut expository overview
papers of the problem under discussion are all welcome.

Consequently, papers which might be considered too long for publication
in journals will be invited. Submit it to Takashi Matsuhisa E-mail:

Submitted papers will undergo a peer-review process. Final versions of
accepted papers will appear in the workshop proceedings. Submission
implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and
present the paper.

Mathematics Applied in Science and Technology (MAST) and Advances in
Mathematical Economics (AME) journals will publish selected papers from
the workshop. MAST Journal is planning a special issue for selected
papers from the workshop MTE2006. Papers submitted for publication in
the special issue in MAST and in AME Journals will go through the same
peer reviewing process as regular these journals submissions.

Submission deadline September 30, 2006
Notification of acceptance October 30, 2006
Final papers due November 15, 2006
Registration form due November 15, 2006



From: "Guochuan Zhang" <apjor_gzhang@zju.edu.cn>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 14:05:55 +0800

Call for Papers

IntErnational Symposium on Combinatorics, Algorithms, Probabilistic and
Experimental Methodologies
(ESCAPE 2007)
April 7-9, 2007, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China


With the Internet, bio-technology, video digital data processing, as well as
global geometric data applications, the enormous dataset size has been
pushing our limits in data processing. Both theoreticians and Practitioners
are challenged to an extent that has never seen before. A growing pressure
has been put on different experts, such as Computer Scientists, Combinatorics
Experts, and Statisticians, dealing with their own large data processing
problems, to reach out beyond their own disciplines, to search for ideas,
methodologies, and tool boxes, to find better, faster and more accurate

The international Symposium on Combinatorics, Algorithms, Probabilistic and
Experimental methodologies (ESCAPE 2007), is intended to provide an
interdisciplinary forum for researchers across their discipline boundaries to
exchange their approaches, to foster innovative ideas as well as to develop
commonly interested research agenda. The novelty of ESCAPE is to study
practical large data processing problems with different, and eventually
converging, methodologies from major important disciplines.

Program Topics

The program topics include but are not limited to:

Algebraic computation and number theory
Combinatorics and experimental design
Corpus linguistics
Financial data processing and analysis
Geometric information processing and communication
Grid computing and network resource allocation
High performance computing techniques and applications
Heuristic evaluation methodologies
Internet algorithms and protocols
Large system scheduling methodologies
Methodologies of simulation evaluation and applications
Parameterized algorithms, heuristics and analysis
Probabilistic method and randomized algorithms
Real time data processing and online algorithms
Robust optimization
Sampling techniques in data analysis

Paper Submission

All submissions will be rigorously peer reviewed and evaluated on the quality,
originality, soundness, and significance of their contributions. Application
and position papers presenting novel ideas, issues, challenges and directions
are all welcome. As proceedings all accepted papers will be published in
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) of Springer Publications (pending

Authors should submit an extended abstract. The extended abstract should start
with the title of the paper, each author's name, affiliation, and email
address, followed by a brief (one or two paragraphs) summary of the results to
be presented. This should then be followed by a technical exposition of the
main ideas and techniques used to achieve these results, including motivation
and a clear comparison with related work. The abstract should not exceed 12
single-spaced pages (including bibliography) on A4-size paper (210 mm x 297
mm) and should be in single-column format. If the authors believe that more
details are essential to substantiate the main claims of the paper, they may
include a clearly marked appendix that will be read at the discretion of the
program committee.

Only electronic submissions are acceptable. A detailed description of the
process is available at

Presentation of Accepted Papers: One author of each accepted paper will be
expected to present it at the conference.

Best Paper Prize

Of accepted papers, four will be selected by the Award Panel as finalists for
the Best Paper Award. Authors of the four selected papers will be invited (one
author of each paper is free of registration fees) to give presentations in a
special plenary session, in which the Best Paper will be identified to win the
Prize, as well as a cash award of USD 1000.

Important Dates

Deadline of submissions: October 1, 2006
Notification of acceptance: November 30, 2006
Camera-ready version: January 5, 2007
Symposium: April 7-9, 2007

Award Panel

Rainer E. Burkard, Technical University of Graz
Xiaotie Deng, City University of Hong Kong
Ronald Graham, University of California at San Diego
Peter Hammer, Rutgers Center for Operations Research
Kazuo Iwama, Kyoto University
Silvano Martello, University of Bologna
Mike Paterson (Chair), University of Warwick

Program Committee
(Please see a complete list at

Bo Chen (Chair), University of Warwick
Guochuan Zhang (Co-chair), Zhejiang University

Organizing Committee
(Please see a complete list at



From: "Hui Xiong" <xionghui@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 22:50:54 -0400

Call for Papers

SDM'07: 2007 SIAM International Conference on Data Mining

Sponsored by Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
April 26-28, 2007.



Important Dates:

Abstracts: October 6th 2006
Papers: October 13 2006 11:59:59 PM, Pacific Standard Time
Author Notification: December 20th 2006
Camera Ready: January 26th 2007


Data mining and knowledge discovery is rapidly becoming an important tool
in all walks of human endeavor including science, engineering, industrial
processes, healthcare, business, medicine and society. The datasets in
these fields are large, complex, and often noisy. Extracting knowledge
requires the use of sophisticated, high-performance and principled analysis
techniques and algorithms, based on sound statistical foundations. These
techniques in turn require powerful visualization technologies;
implementations that must be carefully tuned for performance; software
systems that are usable by scientists, engineers, and physicians as well
as researchers; and infrastructures that support them. For the main
conference the program committee seeks outstanding papers in all areas
pertaining to data mining and knowledge discovery.

This conference provides a venue for researchers who are addressing these
problems to present their work in a peer-reviewed forum. It also provides
an ideal setting for graduate students and others new to the field to learn
about cutting-edge research by hearing outstanding invited speakers and
attending tutorials (included with conference registration). A set of
focused workshops are also held on the last day of the conference. The
proceedings of the conference are published in archival form, and are also
made available on the SIAM web site.

Topics of Interest

Topics related to the design, analysis and implementation of data
mining theory, systems and applications are of interest. These
include, but are not limited to the following areas:

Methods and Algorithms
Frequent Pattern Mining
Probabilistic and Statistical Methods
Spatial and Temporal Mining
Data Streams
Abnormality and Outlier Detection
Feature Selection
Mining with Constraints
Data Cleaning and Noise Reduction
Computational Learning Theory
Scalable and High-Performance Mining
Mining Graphs
Mining Semistructured Data
Mining Complex Datasets
Mining on Emerging Architectures
Text Mining
Web Mining

Astronomy & Astrophysics
High Energy Physics
Collaborative Filtering
Earth Science
Risk Management
Supply Chain Management
Customer Relationship Management
Genomics and Bioinformatics
Drug Discovery
Healthcare Management
Automation & Process Control
Logistics Management
Intrusion and Fraud detection
Intelligence Analysis
Sensor Network Applications
Social Network Analysis
Application Case Studies
Other Novel Applications

Human Factors and Social Issues
Ethics of Data Mining
Intellectual Ownership
Privacy Models
Privacy Preservation Techniques
Risk Analysis
User Interfaces
Interestingness and Relevance
Data and Result Visualization

All paper submissions will be handled electronically. Detailed
instructions are provided on the conference home page at



From: "SIAM Mailer" <mailer@siam.org>
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 08:23:55 -0400

SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS07)

Location: Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, Snowbird, Utah

Dates: May 28-June 1, 2007

Invited Plenary Speakers:
Uri Alon, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Iain Couzins, Oxford University, United Kingdom
George Haller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hans Hermann, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Peter Imkeller, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
Natalia Komarova, University of California, Irvine
Arnd Scheel, University of Minnesota
Francisco Valero-Cuevas, Cornell University
Jane Wang, Cornell University

The Call for Presentations for this conference is available at: http://www.siam.org/meetings/ds07/


Minisymposium proposals: October 30, 2006
Abstracts for all contributed and minisymposium presentations:
November 27, 2006



From: Jianying Zhou <jyzhou@i2r.a-star.edu.sg>
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 14:52:35 +0800

Call for Papers

ACNS'07 -- 5th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network
5-8 June, 2007
Zhuhai, China



Important Dates:

Submission deadline: 14 December 2006
Author notification: 20 February 2007
Final version deadline: 20 March 2007


ACNS is an annual conference concentrating on current developments that
advance the areas of applied cryptography and its application to systems
and network security. The goal is to represent both academic research
works as well as developments in industrial and technical frontiers.

As in previous years, there will be an academic track and an industrial
track. Submissions to the academic track should emphasize research
contributions, while submissions to the industrial track may focus on
implementation and deployment of real-world systems. Submissions for the
industrial track must clearly indicate this in the title. Proceedings
for the academic track will be published in Springer-Verlag's Lecture
Notes in Computer Science and will be available at the conference.
Papers accepted to the industrial track will be published in a different

Submissions must not substantially duplicate work that was published
elsewhere, or work that any of the authors has submitted in parallel to
any other conference or workshop that has proceedings. Plagiarism and
double submissions will be dealt with harshly.

Authors will be asked to indicate whether their submissions should be
considered for the ***BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD***; any paper co-authored
by a full-time student is eligible for this award.

General Chair:
Yongfei Han (ONETS, China)

Program Chairs:
Jonathan Katz (University of Maryland, USA)
Moti Yung (Columbia University, USA)

Publicity Chair:
Jianying Zhou (I2R, Singapore)



From: 031018020@fudan.edu.cn
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 13:49:54 +0800

First Announcement & Call for Papers

The Third Shanghai International Symposium on Nonlinear Sciences and
Applications (Shanghai NSA'07) and the International Workshop on Nonlinear
Brain Dynamics (IWNBD'07) will be jointly held in Shanghai and Hangzhou (a
beautiful resort near Shanghai) on June 6-10, 2007.

Shanghai NSA'07 is sponsored by the Shanghai Society for Nonlinear Sciences,
co-sponsored by the Shanghai Center for Nonlinear Sciences, organized by the
Research Center for Nonlinear Sciences of Fudan University and the Shanghai
Society of Biophysics, and supported by National Science Foundation of China,
Center for Chaos Control and Synchronization, City University of Hong Kong,
and Electronic Computing Technical Center of Shanghai Railway Administration.

Nonlinear science is one of the focusing research fields and most active
scientific frontier in the new century, and Shanghai NSA'07 is devoted to this
important area of scientific research. The theme of the symposium is intended
to be broad enough so as to cover most of the directions in nonlinear science,
with the aim of promoting wide interactions among researchers from different
academic disciplines who are interested in nonlinear science and related
technologies. The symposium will provide both experts and new comers from
different research backgrounds with an excellent opportunity to review the
latest progress and development in the field of nonlinear science, and to
exchange their experience, progress, and ideas. The symposium will consist of
both oral and poster presentations in four days (two days in Shanghai and two
days in Hangzhou, including one-day tour of the beautiful resort city
Hangzhou). A few renowned leading scientists in the field of nonlinear science
will be giving keynote speeches in the symposium.

Mathematical and physical theory, physical and chemical experiment,
engineering design, biological study, and their various applications are
included in the main program of the symposium. Topics include but are not
limited to the following:

1. Bifurcation & Chaos
1.1 Synchronization and control of chaos
1.2 Chaotic neural network models
1.3 Bifurcation analysis and computation
1.4 Chaos theory in deterministic systems
1.5 KAM curves and chaotic scattering
2. Fractals
3. Solitons
4. Finite- & Infinite-Dimensional Nonlinear Dynamic Systems
5. Nonlinear Time Series Analysis
6. Complexity & Complex Systems
6.1 Complex dynamics in neural networks
6.2 Complex dynamics in traffic and granular flows
6.3 Complex dynamics in physical and chemical systems
6.4 Oscillations and complex dynamics in biological systems
6.5 Cellular automata
7. Nonlinear Brain Dynamics
7.1 Neurodynamics
7.2 Nonlinear analysis of EEG and MEG
7.3 Chaotic dynamics of nerve cells
8. Applications
8.1 Economics and finance
8.2 Bio-medical engineering
8.3 Materials and mechanical sciences
8.4 Information science and technology
8.5 Various inverse problems
8.6 Free and moving boundary problems
8.7 Signal and image processing
8.8 Physical experiments and electronic engineering
8.9 Ecology and Evolution
9. Other Related Nonlinear Sciences & Technologies

Honorary Chairmen:
Chaohao Gu, Fudan University, China
Stephen Smale, University of California at Berkeley, USA
General Chairmen:
Shiqiang Dai, Shanghai University, China
Leon O. Chua, University of California at Berkeley, USA
Guanrong Chen, City University of Hong Kong, China
Paul E. Rapp, Drexel University College of Medicine, USA
Zhewei Zhou, Shanghai University, China

February 28, 2007 Detailed abstract submission; mini-symposium and special
session proposals are due
March 31, 2007 Notification of acceptance/rejection
April 15, 2007 Advanced registration

For inquiries or further information about Shanghai NSA'07, please contact:

Jiong Ruan, Professor,
Research Center for Nonlinear Sciences,
School of Mathematical Sciences,
Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China
Phone: +86-21-5662-0463, +86-21-6510-0339
Email: snsa@fudan.edu.cn

For more details, please visit the symposium website: http://www.sss-nonlinear.org/webs/snsa.htm



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